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November 10th, 2012

SCHOOL NEWS: HICO ELEMENTARY

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Kindergarten news
Time flies when you’re having fun, and we are having so much fun in kindergarten. Reading to ourselves and others, writing our thoughts and discussing our ideas are all a part of being in kindergarten. It has been a big discovery to learn that spelling words is not so hard when you listen to the sounds of the letters. Counting everything from sounds in a word to the days on the calendar is keeping us busy and happy while learning and growing in kindergarten at Hico Elementary.

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SCHOOL NEWS: DOWNSVILLE CHARTER

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“Pink Day” has become an annual October celebration at Downsville Charter School. This year’s celebration was led by the DCS Future Business Leaders of America members and the DCS Parent Teacher Organization to raise money for the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation of Northeast Louisiana. On Oct. 30, the school held a pink balloon release on the baseball field. DCS faculty, staff, cafeteria workers, students K-12, Downsville community members and breast cancer survivors were all in attendance.

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Consider financial risks in retirement

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When you retire, you may well have accomplished some important financial goals, such as sending your children through college and paying off your mortgage. Yet, you can’t relax just yet, because your retirement could easily last two or three decades, which means you’ll need at least two or three decades’ worth of income — which, in turn, means you’ll need the proper savings and investment strategies in place.

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Growth is planning priority No. 4

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Question: I am trying to put together a financial plan, and I am realizing how much there is to think about! Is one thing more important than another? Where should I start?
 
Answer: This is the fourth installment i a series examining the priorities involved in building an effective financial plan.
So far, we have concluded that one must take care of the protection elements of their financial plan first. Since a single event could have never ending financial consequences, protection must be maximized.

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Estate planning not just for the wealthy

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Many people dole out financial gifts in life but pay little attention to how their assets will be divided after they die. A well-conceived estate plan will help ensure that you and your heirs will enjoy the security of your assets. Yet many people fail to plan because they believe mistakenly that estate planning is reserved for the wealthy.

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Logan’s sales benefit servicemen

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Logan’s Roadhouse will recognize those who have served or are serving by donating 25 percent of proceeds from today’s sales to programs that support service men and women.

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‘Cajun Cannon’ is definitely one of a kind

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There are certain individuals in life who push the envelope to the max and make the rest of us shake our heads in disbelief.
Or giggle. Or moan.
Bobby Hebert doesn’t just “push the envelope.”

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’Dogs outlast Bobcats

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SAN MARCOS, Texas — Louisiana Tech University’s Top 20 ranked team survived an equally efficient offensive effort from Texas State University to take a 62-55 Western Athletic Conference victory at Bobcat Stadium on Saturday night.
It wasn’t a convincing win, either, for the Bulldogs (9-1, 4-0).
The Bobcats (3-6, 1-3) wouldn’t go away against a Tech team that currently ranks No. 18 in the USA Today coaches’ poll and No. 19 in the Associated Press media poll.

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Grambling edged by UAPB

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GRAMBLING — Senior Day was not successful or the G-Men on Saturday afternoon.
The 13 seniors, who were honored prior to the game, had to witness the University of Arkansas-Pine Bluff spoil their last game played in Eddie G. Robinson Stadium.
“It’s a bitter sweet feeling man,” said senior receiver Jeremiah Hernandez, who finished with six receptions for 79 yards in his final home game. “This being the last time coming in the hole (Eddie G. Robinson Stadium), it’s kind of emotional, but I had a great time I love playing for Grambling and what it stands for.”

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LSU is 37-17 winner

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BATON ROUGE — Zach Mettenberger threw for 273 yards and two touchdowns to lead No. 9-ranked LSU past No. 22 Mississippi State, 37-17, on a Homecoming Saturday night in Tiger Stadium.
Playing its school-record fifth-straight ranked opponent, LSU (8-2, 4-2 SEC) fended off a similar passing attack from Mississippi State to earn a win on head coach Les Miles’ birthday.
The Tigers toppled the Bulldogs for the 13th-straight season and won at home for the 11th-straight time in the series.

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